USS Pennsylvania and USS New Mexico, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Nov 1943

Caption   USS Pennsylvania and USS New Mexico, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Nov 1943 ww2dbase
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Added Date 10 Sep 2018
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I don't agree with some of your positions on Patton

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